Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Legal ethics & professional responsibility
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2005-05-01
Carswell

Conflicts of Interest: Principles for the Legal Profession (Print & ProView)

Availability: Partial Stock

A practical guide that analyzes conflict of interest dilemmas. Find solutions regarding issues of loyalty and confidentiality with Conflicts of Interest: Principles for the Legal Profession. This service is designed as a handbook and covers all major legal areas regarding conflicts of interest. Reflecting on the author's experience, this is an unrivalled source of information.

National in scope, this resource includes:

  • Guidance on identifying and resolving conflict of interest issues
  • Thorough analysis of the rules governing legal ethics
  • Advice on changing jobs and conflicts arising out of transfers between law firms

In addition to this, the text covers a number of topics, including:

  • Gifts, benefits, hospitality
  • Family relationships
  • Acceptable conflicts of interest
  • Conflicts of interest in employment, insurance, class actions, bankruptcy
  • The Federal Accountability Act
  • The federation of law societies Model code of professional conduct
  • New commentary on the recent Supreme Court of Canada decisions in McKercher LLP
  • New "Cases to Watch" section

Includes practice tips, checklists, precedents, and case annotations.

Carswell

Conflicts of Interest: Principles for the Legal Profession (Print & ProView)

Availability: Partial Stock

Description

A practical guide that analyzes conflict of interest dilemmas. Find solutions regarding issues of loyalty and confidentiality with Conflicts of Interest: Principles for the Legal Profession. This service is designed as a handbook and covers all major legal areas regarding conflicts of interest. Reflecting on the author's experience, this is an unrivalled source of information.

National in scope, this resource includes:

  • Guidance on identifying and resolving conflict of interest issues
  • Thorough analysis of the rules governing legal ethics
  • Advice on changing jobs and conflicts arising out of transfers between law firms

In addition to this, the text covers a number of topics, including:

  • Gifts, benefits, hospitality
  • Family relationships
  • Acceptable conflicts of interest
  • Conflicts of interest in employment, insurance, class actions, bankruptcy
  • The Federal Accountability Act
  • The federation of law societies Model code of professional conduct
  • New commentary on the recent Supreme Court of Canada decisions in McKercher LLP
  • New "Cases to Watch" section

Includes practice tips, checklists, precedents, and case annotations.